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Unfiltered variants from 935 sheep genomes
Acquired - - Published 26 Jul 2019
High quality variants from 935 sheep genomes
Data related to Naval-Sanchez et al. 2019 "Selection Signatures in heat-resistant cattle reveal missense mutations in damage response gene HELB".
Whole genome sequences from the 1000 Bull Gen... moreomes Project (Run6, Bos taurus, and Bos indicus) for breeds chosen as a reference for imputation were retrieved (Daetwyler et al. 2014; Hayes and Daetwyler 2018). This results in 440 whole-genome sequences across 18 cattle breeds.
Breeds were grouped in accordance to their phenotypes and reported genomic crosses as taurine (humpless), indicine (with hump), admixed or African sanga, the two latter being stabilized composite breeds (Rege J 1999; Hanotte et al. 2002; Rege J et al. 2007; Mwai et al. 2015; Felius, Marleen et al. 2016).
The dataset contains 186 European Taurine, 102 Asiatic indicine and 80 cross-bred genomes as well as a set of African samples composed of 12 taurine, 41 sanga and 19 indicine.
Genomic Analytics in the Realm of Big Data (OCE Post-Doc) - - Published 17 Jun 2019
The collection contains the genome sequence of a diverse collection of sheep. For each animal, sequence reads are available to a depth of approximately 10 fold genome coverage. Sequence reads are made... more available in BAM format. Sequence polymorphisms are made available in VCF format following comparison of each animal’s sequence to the sheep reference genome assembly (v3.1). To assist users with interpretation of the collection, the reference genome (FA format) and genome feature files (GFF3 format) are included for viewing using software such as the Integrative Genome Viewer (IGV).less
CLSD 1206.1 NextGenBreedOpt C2012/5905 - Genome sequencing - Published 22 Jul 2013